702 Object Results

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Framed photograph of J. Allen Boone. White hair, he wears a grey suit with a black tie.

P9818
Photograph
before 1916

A photograph depicting George H. Richardson, a long-time member of the staff of the Newport Historical Society. Richardson is pictured wearing a pinstripe suit with waitcoat and bow tie; he is most...

P9822
Negative
before 1938

A black and white negative (Kodak "Safety" film) depicting the Easton's Beach roller coaster and a large billboard. Automobiles and a pile of wodd are visible at foreground; billboard reads as foll...

P10258
Photographic print
January 2 2006

Photograph of the 'Avalon' estate on Ocean Avenue, captured as part of a real estate listing. 

P10257
Photographic print
January 2 2006

Photograph of the 'Avalon' estate on Ocean Avenue, captured as part of a real estate listing. 

P10256
Photographic print
January 2 2006

Photograph of the 'Avalon' estate on Ocean Avenue, captured as part of a real estate listing. 

P10255
Photographic print
January 2 2006

Photograph of the 'Avalon' estate on Ocean Avenue, captured as part of a real estate listing. 

P10254
Photographic print
January 2 2006

Photograph of the 'Avalon' estate on Ocean Avenue, captured as part of a real estate listing. 


Panorama photograph of the demolition of a portion of Thompson Middle School, located at 55 Broadway. 


Panorama photograph of the demolition of a portion of Thompson Middle School, located at 55 Broadway. 


Russ Pilotte (seated) talks to an unidentified man in St. Paul’s Thrift Shop. This photograph was originally from the archives of the Community Development Training Institute (CDTI).


Betty Reynolds, a Fifty Washington Square resident and contributor to its literary
magazine In the Heart of the City, was employed by Fifty Washington Square
to help operate the nearby ...


Nick Shapin relaxes in his one bedroom apartment at Fifty Washington Square (in the portion officially known as River Lane Apartments). This photograph was originally from the archives of the Commu...


Local artist Allison Hill works with local students and residents of Fifty Washington Square as part of the “Artist in You” project sponsored by the Newport Art Museum. From left to right: two unid...


An unidentified resident of Fifty Washington Square works on a silkscreen project at the craft shop, In the Heart of the City. This photograph was originally from the archives of the Community Deve...


In the lunchroom at Fifty Washington Square, Sally Hanchett, the social services
director from 1990 to 1997, discusses a crafts project with her daughter, Kristin
Melise, and twin broth...


David Mehl (right) talks to an unidentified resident of Fifty Washington Square who stands in front of the main entrance to the residence (Emery Lodge) on Farewell Street. This photograph was origi...


The office entrance of Fifty Washington Square. This photograph was originally from the archives of the Community Development Training Institute (CDTI).


A view of Fifty Washington Square. This photograph was originally from the archives of the Community Development Training Institute (CDTI).


A view of Fifty Washington Square captured from Washington Square Park. This photograph was originally from the archives of the Community Development Training Institute (CDTI).


Vince Putnam, a contributor to In the Heart of the City, stands in the lobby of Fifty Washington Square in 1990. Behind him is part of the photography exhibit tracing the construction and early his...


Steve Johnson, a contributor to In the Heart of the City, stands in the lobby of Fifty Washington Square in 1990. Behind him is part of the photography exhibit tracing the construction and early hi...


The first issue of In the Heart of the City, published in April of 1990, included this group photograph of that issue’s writers and illustrators. Back row: Vince Putnam; Steve Johnson; Gus Saunders...

P9938
Photographic print
September 5 1986

Photograph from the deck of the Shamrock V, a J-class yacht that competed in America's Cup. She was commissioned in 1930 by Sir Thomas Lipton for his fifth America's Cup challenge. 


Aerial view of Newport Harbor, showing a number of wharves, including Commercial wharf, Hammett's wharf, Bowen's wharf, and the Ann street pier.


Photographic print of the Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church, which is located at 24 Annandale Road.


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, captured over Brenton Cove. A number of residential developments, recent at the time of capture, are also pictured. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, looking out over Brenton Cove. A number of residential developments, recent at the time of capture, are also pictured. 


Aerial view of Newport Harbor, showing Goat Island, Fort Adams, the Newport Bridge, and Jamestown. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, and the construction of a real estate development adjacent to the property.


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove. The image highlights the landscape architecture surrounding the property. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove. The image highlights the landscape architecture surrounding the property. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove.


Photograph of Wildacre, on Ocean Avenue, designed by Irving Gill in 1901 for Albert Olmstead, stepbrother of Frederick Law Olmsted. This image originally appeared in volume 53 issue 179 of the Jour...


Photograph of Merrillton Mansion on Bowery Street in Newport, R.I. The image shows the property flanked by an aged beech tree. 


Photograph of a beech tree at Vinland. This is one remaining beech tree of two, moved from Long Island to Newport by Miss Wolfe, whose estate, Vinland, later became the Twombly's and is now part of...

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